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Sata dirt vac

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  • #47476
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    W
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    Anyone try this?
    Looks like a pretty slick. Not sure how it would work with dirt embedded a bit more in the clear.

    #47477
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    Craig
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    This assumes your hands don’t shake too much and ya end up making a bigger mess :).

    #47478
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    jackcarlson
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    we actually bought one of these all we have managed ta use it for was sucking up a run….but it seem sorta spendy for what it is to be honest i think most guys could get some tips an build your own…its basically a venturi vacuum with a rubber hose really wouldnt be to hard ta make

    #47479
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    Craig
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    Hell I’ll just use my shop vac then 😉

    #47482
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    jackcarlson
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    [quote=”Charlie” post=35978]Hell I’ll just use my shop vac then ;)[/quote]
    all ya would need is an air valve an a tee fitting an some hose really :teach cant believe i spent close ta 150 for the damn thing :wak but im a sucker for gimmicky shit like this :chair

    #47485
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    W
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    I have a hand pump unit I might try.

    The down side is you have to continuously pump to create suction.
    Between the pumping, holding the hose out of the wet paint and not jamming the tip in the clear, I should be able to really screw up the job

    #47556
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    paul
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    just make an adapter to fit on a spray gun fluid input

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